Tried 2 more whisky's which I have in stock now. First one: Edradour 10 yrs 40%. Edradour Distillery was always known as the smallest distillery of Scotland, I visited this distillery in 1982, but guess it expanded quite a bit. The nose is honey, apples and almonds with a sweet creamy taste with hints of vanilla and pear. The finish is a bit disappointing as it rapidly gone, not very special a bit of raw sherry taste.
Graigellachie 13 yrs old and 46 % from the distillery with the same name. A fine malt, nose is a bit to much alcohol with bananas, the taste is fruity with charcoal hints, the finish is sharp and spicy, but after a wee drop of water the overdone alcohol nose disappears and it ends more fruity and soft.